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Photos from Lazy Daze 2015

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Cary's 39th annual Lazy Daze festival occurred on Saturday, August 22, 2015.…

Education: Wake Academy Opens in Cary

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We reached out to Lissy Wood, the Director at Cary's new Wake Academy, to learn more about what the school can offer kids and families.…

Outdoor Music in Cary for Fall 2015

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Just because we're nearing the end of summer doesn't mean that enjoying live music outdoors after (or during) your workday isn't an option anymore.…

5 Cary Dancers to Study Ballet Across the Country

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Next week will be bittersweet for Cary's International Ballet Academy. Five of their star pupils are moving to ballet placements around the nation, some as far away as Seattle.…

Cary Artist: Laura Kasperlik

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Artist Laura Kasperlik started her own business called Pretty Clever Words in June of 2014. I asked her about her art and about how she got her start.…

Movie Review: The Man from U.N.C.L.E.

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The Man from U.N.C.L.E. is an update of the popular 60's television show where an American spy is forced to team up with a Russian spy to team up against a criminal organization dealing with nuclear weapons. …

Editor’s Journal: Jim Gaffigan’s Comedy Show

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Comedian Jim Gaffigan says pick-ups are advertised to haul something as big as a jet but that all he ever sees them doing is going to Cracker Barrel.…

Garden: Yard Art

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August in Cary is still pretty hot to be doing much in your garden - so why not consider adding some punch with garden art? There are so many ways of doing this, and there are no rules. It’s all about what you like and what makes you smile.…

Movie Review: Ricki & the Flash

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Thanks to another great performance from Meryl Streep, Ricki and the Flash is a touching dram-edy filled with heart, humor and really good music.…

Editor’s Journal: Music at Bond Park & More

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Fall is upon us, and I couldn't help but realize that as I walked around Bond Park on Saturday evening. There was just something about the color of the sky and the grass in addition to a barely-there, but still noticeable, chill in the air. …

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